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majing news in new york morning -- high stake sfls late-night talks to reach a deal go nowhere. can washington keep the country from defaulting on its bills. ready, set, sweat. it's a summer scorcher. how about this, great white fright? shark sightings keeping swimmers on shore at one of the country's most popular summer playgrounds. good morning. the president and top lawmakers are facing a serious time crunch. now they have just 21 days to resolve the debt crisis. if not, the nation would default on its financial obligion andnd
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the two sides talk again at the white house after meeting last night produced breakthrough. karen traverse is joining us with more on the high stakes involved. >> reporter: good morning. last night the president once again ruled out a short-term agreement to raise the debt ceiling and republicans are saying that there's not just enough time to work out a big deal. there's a heightened sense of urgency in washington to come up with a deal to raise the nation's credit limit. lawmakers are at a standoff over how to tackle the deficit and prevent the nation from defaulting on it debt. the major sticking point- taxes. president obama would cut the deficit by $4 trillion. to do that the president and the democrats are call for some tax increases. by closing tax loopholes for some businesses. a nonstarter for republicans.
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>> we're not going to raise taxes in the middle of this horrible economic situation. >> reporter: president obama told lawmakers last night he's prepared to put social security on the table but some democratic lawmakers say no way. >> house democrats aren't supporting any cuts or benefits for social security or medicare. >> reporter: warning of dire consequences of what would happen if it reaches the debt ceiling. president obama will hold a press conference later this morning and will once again meet with congressional leaders. officials say they're going to keep meeting until they reach a deal. >> thank you so much. well, also in washington, getting tough with pakistan, administration is suspending aid to pakistan's military. relationses have been rocky
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since navy s.e.a.l.s killed osama bin laden at his compound. heat advisories and warnings are in effect for more than a dozen states. unbearable conditions for billions of americans. temperatures are soaring past the 100-degree mark. more now from abc's barbara pinto. >> reporter: the country's midsection is suffocating under a sticky, hot blanket of misery. >> smash the old record. of 106, topping off at 110. >> this afternoon, just hot and humid. >> so far, hot air. >> reporter: in oklahoma city, omaha and minneapolis, uncomfortable and dangerous. in milwaukee, organizers called off this half marathon after runners collapsed. >> some people were kind of passing out. >> reporter: this is the 12th straight day of 100-degree temperatures in oklahoma city. the 20th so far this season. wichita falls has spent 36 of the past 38 days in the triple budgets. >> plenty of fluids. keep a little shade on your
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head. that will help. >> where are you going to go right now? >> head over to wet willy's. that will help, too. >> reporter: there are 14 states under heat advisories tonight. that number expected to grow as all of this dangerous weather moves east. this, and we are only three weeks into summer. barbara pinto, abc news. now the heat wave could send dallas into triple digits for the tenth straight day. other numbers, kansas city up to 95. indianapolis, 94. chicago, 92. near 90 for much of the northeast. 93 in new orleans. mostly 90s from albuquerque to boise. popup showers and thunderstorms for the gulf coast. heavy rain in the four corners region and heat advisories from texas to ohio. people escaping the heat on cape cod are thinking twice
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about the taking a dip after sightings of great white sharks. at least three have been spotted in the past week on the atlantic side of the cape. no beaches have been closed yet. but life guards are makingure that swimmers don't go up too far. >> goingng in the water. >> i have been in. >> you went in today in did you go all of the way in? >> enough. >> biologists tagged six great white sharks last summer. we'll have more later on "good morning america." in russia, nine bodies have been pulled from the water after an overloaded cruise ship sank in the river. dozens of people remain missing this morning. ship was designed to carry a maximum of 120, but there were 185 onboard. so far 8 of them have been rescued. more people may have been buried under the wreckage in
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indiana. the passenger train derailed. published reports said that the train operator slammed on the emergency brakes to avoid hitting cattle on the tracks. in alabama, a plane crash has take on the looift of a couple and their five children. the plane developed engine problems. the family was flying back saturday to make it in time for church. betty ford will be remembered tomorrow. her casket will travelo michigan for a private burial saturday. a piece of space junk may be on a collision course with shuttltl atlanta is, the debris from a 1970 satellite is expected to come dangerously close tomorrow. it's too early to say whether
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atlantis will be moved out of the way. >> something barreling towards you, you want to get out of the way give-away day, details on some of these free refreshments. that's coming sflup the interview that has the nation talking. diane sawyer with kidnapping jaycee dugard. crashes and carnage at the tour de france.
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overseas markets are losing fround after last week's disappointing u.s. jobs report. tokyo nikkei's average lost 68 points. hong kong's hang seng is off about 236 points. in london the ftse openened lowered too. the nasdaq index picked up 44. billionaire rupert murdoch is in mode. his paper news of the world folded for good yesterday. outrage over this scandal is likely to derail his latest megadeal. so today's 7/11. therefore, guess which convenience store is offering a free promotion. 7-eleven is giving away
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slurpees. >> how about that? i like the cherry flavor. all right, at the box office, transformers -- dark of the moon held on to the top spot. after the second weekend, it took in $260 million. horrible bosses had a pretty strong debut with $28 million. zookeeper was in third with the $1 million. the movie up in the air, he wanted to hit 10 million miles. and he did that this weekend. it took him 29 years and almost 6,000 trips on united airlines. now, he'll always get upgraded and united has named a plane after him. pretty impressive. does he have to pay the baggage fees? >> he told npr he used to be so
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scared of flying he couldn't get on a plane, now he can't get off a plane. now, next on this monday -- a boy falls 40 feet down a well and his dad springs into action. >> it ends all well. is it one of the greatest soccer matches ever? a huge comeback for team usa. >> fantastic match. what a cleaning crew found onboard on a plane shocked even the tsa. we'll explain coming up. [ male announcer ] it's simple physics...
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morning road conditions. a slick ride on i-80. on i-94 from minneapolis to detroit. also wet on i-10 along the gulf coast and on i-95 through florida. rain drenches i-15 and i-5 and i-09 around seattle. if you're flying today, there could be airport delays in detroit, chicago, atlanta, miami, phoenix and las vegas. jaycee dugard, the california woman who was kidnapped and held hostage for nearly two decades is now sharing details about her ordeal. >> reporter: jaycee dugard, finally free after 18 years. her first interview. she tells us she never stopped thinking of the mother she loved. >> i would cry every day and be hardest when i would think about her and what she was doing and then trying to convince myself she was better without me.
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>> reporter: and worried you'd forget. >> worried that i'd forget what she looked like or what she sounded like. would she forget me? >> reporter: she had her first baby by her captor in a backyard. so, august 18th, 1994, you're how old? >> 14. >> reporter: you're in labor, and there's nobody there. >> i didn't know i was in labor, but yeah. but i was still locked at that time. just -- scared. >> reporter: 60 times, parole officers would come to the house where she was being held. never look, never find her. in the end, two watchful women, campus police officers, spotted something wrong. and 18 years later, a stunning reunion, with the mother who loves her, but remembers
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something she forgot to do for her child that day 18 years ago. >> i had been late to work three monday mornings in a row, and i was focused on myself, trying to get myself out that door so i wouldn't be late for work. and i chose not to go in and kiss my girls good-bye that morning. wanting to be on time. and -- for 18 years, i kick myself for not kissing my baby good-bye. >> that's heart wrenching. jaycee told diane that leaving was never an option. combined with the physical abuse proved to be overwhelming obstacles. there will be much more of this
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remarkable story coming up on "good morning america." investigators are trying to figure out how a stun gun made its way on a jetblue flight undetected. there's no indication that the gun had been recently fired. a little boy in ohio is back in the arms of his father after plunging 40 feet down a well. a 3-year-old fell through the well near the familyy home near canton. he managed to stay afloat in ten feet of water. >> i just told him to calm down. it's going to be all right. that daddy's coming. >> my heart was down there with him. i didn't know what to do. i didn't know what to think. >> nowather and son both ended up stuck at the bottom of the well. then firefighters came to the rescue.
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luckily dylan learned to swim this summer. a gruelling day at the tour de frarae. the world class cyclists are ready for anything but maybe not this. being hit by a car. he was sent flying by a tv car. he falls off his bike, tumbling into a bashed wire fence. both riders did manage to finish the race. >> teaea usa celebrating an epi victory at the women's world cup in germany. they delivered a stinging defeat to brazil. now they're setting their sights on the french. bob holtzman has highlights. >> reporter: this will be the snapshot that people remember. but this was the play that won the match. a hope solo save. >> i had a feeling on that third kicker that i was going to outplay her that moment.
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i think confidence goes a long way. >> going into the penalty kicks, we got hope, we're good. we knew that she's going to save one. >> she's unbelievable. that's why she's hope solo. why she's the best goalkeeper hands down. >> reporter: the dramatic save may never had happened had her first counted. almost 90 m mutes after the match, the u.s. still wasn't sure why. >> i didn't even realize what was going on. i made the save. i saw my family. i was cheering. i was celebrating. i was excited. >> we still don't know what the explanation was. they said encroachment, but they didn't say who. >> reporter: the u.s. must turn the page quickly, forward abby
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wambach said that won't be a problem. she said that we want to reach our dreams and france is in the way. >> fantastic match. >> stories that we'll be watchihi coming up next. >> including the bizarre break-in this weekend at david letterman's studio. ssion. and although you've been on an antidepressant for at least six weeks, you're frustrated that your depressive symptoms are still with you. seroquel xr, when added to an antidepressant, is approved for the treatment of major depressive disorder. for many, taking seroquel xr with an antidepressant was proven more effective than an antidepressant alone for treating unresolved symptoms of depression. talk to your doctor about seroquel xr. then visit for a free trial offer. call your doctor if you have unusual changes in mood, behavior, or thoughts of suicide. antidepressants can increase these in children,teens, and young adults. elderly dementia patients taking seroquel xr
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lawmakers meet again soefr the debt crisis. we'll hear more from the president on those talks at a news conference this morning. stifling heat wave, heat advisories have been issued for at least 16 states from texas to ohio. many cities are inin for anothe day of triple-digits zblrjts life guards on cape cod are keeping an eye on great white sharks. no beaches are closed. but most people are stage on the sand. the firefighter who suffered fatal injury trying to catch a foul ball will be laid to rest today. stone died on thursday. representatives from theheeam will attend the funeral. david letterman will tape as usual this afternoon, despite a break-in at the studio. a 22-year-old man vandalized the doors to the ed sullivan studio.
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finally this morning, will and kate's whirl wind trip to
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california. >> they headed home after visiting disadvantaged kids. abc's bob woodruff was there. >> reporter: on this final day of their north american tour, a greeting fit for rock stars. >> oh, my goodness. >> i shook his hand. it was so exciting. look at them shaking. >> they were talking to the children. they were accepting their flowers. >> reporter: and then, for the first time of the trip, the duchess responded to a reporter's question. >> how is your first trip to the u.s.? >> really enjoyed it. thank you very much. >> reporter: it's been an action-packed three days in california. william wowed the polo fans in santa barbara, scoring four goals and leading his team to victory. the prize was even sweeter. the biggest stars in tinseltown were out, all here to take in the royals. >> forget all the hollywood names. we've got the big ones tonight. our very own british royal family. >> reporter: a visit to an
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inner-city art school, there was playful banter bebeeen the couple. as kate worked her brush over the canvas, william turned and softly asked his bride, "what the heck is that?" and then, one last appearance with u.s. veterans and their families. with one good swipe at his brother, harry. >> and in that, i include my low-flying apache, very average brother. as a partner in today's event. >> reporter: right after that speech, the couple just disappeared behind this wall and put together these packages that they're sending to little kids, those u.s. soldiers who are still serving over in the wars. they are their way back to england. this trip is finally over. >> let's see, they have a sense of humor. >> they're gorgeous. >> are we sure they're the royal family? >> we're happy for them. a bit of a change for monarchy. that's what's making news in am


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